WHITNEY CHADWICK was educated Middlebury College and The Pennsylvania State University. She specializes in twentieth-century European and American art, feminism and gender studies. Her books include Myth in Surrealist Painting; Women Artists and the Surrealist Movement; Significant Others: Creativity and Intimate Partnership (edited with Isabelle de Courtivron); Leonora Carrington: la realidad de la imaginacion; Mirror Images: Women Surrealism, and Self-Representation; The Modern Woman Revisited: Paris between the Wars (edited with Tirza True Latimer); and Amazons in the Drawing Room: The Art of Romaine Brooks. She has also published the novel, Framed. She has contributed to exhibition catalogs on the work of Sheila Hicks, Nalini Malani, Mona Hatoum, Maria Elena Gonzalez, among other artists. She is a frequent contributor to conferences and periodicals and has lectured widely on surrealism, gender, and contemporary art.